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2 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Oregon on
Q: The lien is not on the deeds it's on the owner's name that attaches to his assets who owned multiple real properties

The owner is deceased and his probate is a limited judgment the PR can't sell or transfer the titles without court approval. There are co-owners on one title that can't sell their interest due to this limited judgment on one probate co-owner. The probate refuses to dismiss the co-owners need relief... Read more »

D. Mathew Blackburn
D. Mathew Blackburn answered on Jan 18, 2020

Sounds like you should hire someone to help you with that.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Construction Law, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for Kentucky on
Q: Our sheriff has pergerd himself in court, planted evidence even signed a judges name on search warrants who can fire him

He has shown he will break the law how can he still arrest people and testify after showing he will break the law He was caught on camera planting evidence

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 17, 2020

Same answer as the other questions.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for Kentucky on
Q: Our sheriff has best prisoners had to step down as constable He's signed illegal search warrants

Why hasnt he been fired who do we contact!?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 17, 2020

See my other answer to this question!!

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for Georgia on
Q: Local Police and USPS mail regulations

This question is for attorneys well-versed in USPS regulations. Does a county police officer (not state or Federal) have the right to stop and interrogate a USPS mail carrier to ask them to verify an addressee's name on a delivered mail item? The police officer in this analogy has no search... Read more »

Priscilla T. Upshaw
Priscilla T. Upshaw answered on Jan 17, 2020

The simple answer is no. Since USPS is a governmental agency with specific regulations and rules, it is best to sift all these type grievances through their channels. On the surface, it appears to be a privacy issue. It is always best to consult an attorney who can assess the specifics of your... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Admiralty / Maritime on
Q: How do I apply for a Bingo License in DeRidder, LA 70634
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jan 17, 2020

It's possible part of your question was left off in uploading; no admiralty/maritime issue appeared here. The Louisiana Gaming Control Board might be a starting point for the non-maritime element of your post. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Education Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Georgia on
Q: Can school take phone and question child without parent's knowledge for incident that occurred outside of school?

In November my child and others received a nude photo of another child (Victim) from a 3rd kid, (Sender). Child immediately deletes picture and never resent it to anyone. This all happened outside of school.

Today - 2 months later, Victim informs someone at school that picture may be... Read more »

Ecleynne Mercy
Ecleynne Mercy answered on Jan 16, 2020


Q: “Secured Futures” 4747 E. Elliot Rd. # 29-217 Phoenix AZ 85044 and 9633 S 48th St. #290 Phoenix AZ 85044. #602-635-6674

I AM VICTIM OF “SECURED ALLIANCE.” This is the fraudulent and illegal name of the people covering MY contract original fully fraudulent. They still have ALL MY MONEY, just in their overall custody and they BLOCKED EVERY FORM OF COMMUNICATION WITH ME. They given me proof of fraud and proof in... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Jan 15, 2020

Posting the name of some company you are angry at on this website does you no good.

If you are still looking for legal assistance the best way to find an experienced securities lawyer is to search for one using the Find a Lawyer tab here on this page of Justia.

You do not need a...
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2 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Traffic Tickets for New York on
Q: Using iPhone to adjust hearing aid volume

I received a violation for using a cell phone, in White plains,ny, while adjusting the volume on my blue tooth hearing aid. (I was holding the iphone in my hand to do this).

When making calls the iPhone sits on the seat next to me as my hearing aids make the call(s) hands free.

Zev Goldstein
Zev Goldstein answered on Jan 11, 2020

Using a hand free device is explicitly allowed by VTL §1225-c2a and VTL §1225-d does not rescind VTL §1225-c2a.

VTL §1225-d(2). For the purposes of this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings:

(a) "Portable electronic device" shall mean any hand-held...
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1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law on
Q: will the state of California recognize a German notarization?

I am requesting a birth certificate from the county of Fresno, California but they require an authorization form which needs to be notarized. I am currently living in Munich, Germany. I have already made an appointment with the us consulate here but find their fee's for notarization to be... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jan 10, 2020

As a general matter across the nation, there is no universal answer. It all depends on the entity requesting the notarized signature. Some entities or offices may accept an overseas notarization, and some may not. Or in some cases, it could be within the individual discretion of a clerk. The best... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Employment Law and Workers' Compensation for Florida on
Q: Who is liable when an off duty LEO is injured, outside of their jurisdiction, acting in a LEO capacity?

If an off duty law enforcement officer takes action in an emergency situation (like a shooting at a church), outside of his or her jurisdiction, who is liable if the officer is injured? My department is possibly allowing the use of marked and unmarked vehicles to attend religious services while... Read more »

Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron answered on Jan 9, 2020

Workers comp insurance should cover on-the-job injuries. The insurance should be carried by whomever is hiring the officer for the particular job, unless his/her department's insurance happens to cover in that situation.

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1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Personal Injury for New Mexico on
Q: I need help filing a State Tort Claims Act

orking at the New Mexico State Veterans Home in Truth or Consequences and was attacked by a resident. I suffered a concussion and later found out I have psuedo seizures with PTSD. The incident occurred on August 23, 2018. I live in Meridian, MS and a attorney here has advised me to get an attorney... Read more »

Concetto Kirk Di Giacomo
Concetto Kirk Di Giacomo answered on Jan 7, 2020

I’m terribly sorry to hear of your injury.

If you are interested in suing under the NM Tort Claims Act, you need to “get moving” on this claim immediately. Unfortunately, the mandatory time period within which you must file a claim may have already passed; under N.M.S.A. 41-4-16 you...
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1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law, Criminal Law and Gov & Administrative Law for West Virginia on
Q: Is there a law against the compound tetrahydrocannabinol to make it illegal?

I would like to know if it would be illegal to obtain the compound THC, there are laws against weed, however THC is just one compound found in marijuana among many others in the plant. If you were to order online pure or extract THC from a different plant would this be legal? Example: LSD is... Read more »

Mark Ryan Thiessen
Mark Ryan Thiessen answered on Jan 6, 2020

So West Virginia law is still governed by Federal US law. THC is still illegal, but some states have legalized CBD and most states can't test the difference between CBD and THC and the concentrations. Unless you are in a state that has legalized marijuana, then ordering THC online is still... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: Can the state of Arizona put a hold on my TN DL 20+ years later?

In 1997-1998 I received a speeding ticket in Scottsdale AZ while I was attending school . I paid the ticket before graduating and moving back to my home state of CA at the time . Now 20+ years later and a resident of TN for 10+ years the state of AZ has placed a hold on my license in TN and I... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jan 4, 2020

Unless you have a paid in full receipt or a certified copy of the dismissed Citation, you will have to pay AZ, and copy TN DOS with your payment. That is a cheap amount of money to reinstate a TNDL.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Personal Injury for Texas on
Q: Cps altered my drug test, how would I figure out if that illegal and can I sue
Kiele Linroth Pace
Kiele Linroth Pace answered on Jan 2, 2020

Questions about lawsuits against the government or its employees should be posted under the Civil Rights topic heading.

Government employees enjoy Sovereign Immunity for mistakes made in the performance of their official duties so you would need to be able to PROVE that it wasn't a mistake...
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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Real Estate Law, Business Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Texas on
Q: Hi, I've been deported twice from the U.S , I was under age both times.. (Check more information plz)

Hi, I've been deported twice from the U.S , I was under age both times, because I went with my parents. Let's say I start a company, and it goes very well... I mean multi-billionaire company, and I want to open a subsidiary company there, is there a chance for the immigration to approve it?

Laurel Deborah Scott
Laurel Deborah Scott answered on Dec 31, 2019

Not enough information. If the most recent entry was after April 1, 1997, then you may be subject to INA 212(a)(9)(C). If the most recent entry was before April 1, 1997, then you aren't subject to that section. Also, if the second entry was with inspection, you might not be subject to 9C. I... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights, Collections and Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: what form is appropriate for use in a child support case to express the undisclosed conflict of interest

my children's mother has a new child with the relative of a judge believed to be in the family law division.

Mike Darlington
Mike Darlington answered on Dec 25, 2019

Sounds rather nebulous at this point. If the Judge is only believed to be in the family law division; I do not see where that would cause a conflict.

If the case ends up being assigned to the Judge in question and you raise the issue with the court it would seems that the judge might...
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1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Municipal Law for New York on
Q: Can a volunteer fire officer supervise career firefighters and career fire officers?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Dec 25, 2019

This sounds like something that an employment attorney might be more likely to know than attorneys in the posted categories - if there is a possibility the issue is addressed in a collective bargaining agreement or other employment-related contract. Municipal or administrative laws might not go... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Municipal Law for California on
Q: Who does make sure cities in a state ( California) comply with state laws?
Michael Doland
Michael Doland answered on Dec 24, 2019

Your question is too vague to permit any analysis. What laws?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Maryland on
Q: Living in section 8 and guest won’t leave the premise

I have a friend who lives in section 8 housing, she has a family member who stayed the night and now he will not leave, he’s been there for a week already because he refused to leave, She’s very afraid, he will not allow her back in her house and has also threaten her life, what can she do... Read more »

Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley answered on Dec 21, 2019

She can go to the District Court Commissioner’s Office, fill out a petition for protection from domestic violence, and if granted the Commissioner will issue an order of protection forcing the family member out and to stay away. It will be served by the Sheriff or police and he will be forcibly... Read more »

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